Posts Tagged ‘growth’

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By Ann Chen

Those of us who grew up in California don’t experience seasons too much. Having beach weather in January is a beautiful thing, but we definitely don’t seem to handle any changes in our climate very well. Raindrops fall and chaos erupts on our freeways. Constant vents about the wet and the gloom can be heard everywhere, and most people yearn for the moment when the sun will shine again and we will go back to our normalcy. (more…)

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Photo by kennymatic

By Elizabeth Chang

Napkin dispenser.


Sea glass.

Porch swing.

Turkey, Muenster cheese, lettuce, tomato, mayo on a roll.

Trampoline. (more…)

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By Wendy Choy-Chan

“Do you have to put everything through a theological filter?”  Such was the response I got from a disgruntled family member.  True, I had over-reacted towards his casual remark and almost turned it into a debate over the correct interpretation of the biblical text.  My excuse, though, was that I was buried in my theology textbooks at that moment.  However, there were some truths to his question, or complaint, for that matter. (more…)

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